Football Season Ticket Prices to Remain the Same for Fourth Straight Year

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The 2009 schedule includes seven home games at Memorial Stadium.

CLEMSON, SC - The upcoming season is sure to be an exciting one for Clemson football as Dabo Swinney leads the Tigers in his first full season as head coach. The schedule includes seven home games at Memorial Stadium, and the Clemson University Athletic Department announced today that season ticket prices for 2009 will remain at $299 each, exactly the same price as the 2006, 2007 and 2008 seasons.

Clemson single-game tickets for the Solid Orange game against Florida State will be $60, while the Middle Tennessee and Coastal Carolina single-game tickets will be priced at $35 each. The Boston College, TCU, Wake Forest and Virginia single-game tickets will be priced at $48 each.

Clemson will once again offer a package in 2009, including the Florida State game. The $95 package includes a ticket to the Florida State game and a ticket to the Coastal Carolina game. Florida State tickets will not be sold as single-game tickets.

The 2009 season ticket applications will be mailed to qualified IPTAY donors during the last week in March. Also, an email notification will be sent around the 19th of March to offer online ticket renewals. Qualified IPTAY donors must have paid a portion of their donation as of February 15, 2009. The deadline to return season ticket applications is set for April 30. Away game tickets will be offered to IPTAY on the season ticket application. Sale of season, individual game tickets, and Kickoff Packages will be available to non-IPTAY donors in July and after all qualified IPTAY donor orders have been received.

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